I'm looking for some suggestions on the best moss to use with manzanita branches. The branches will also have bolbitus ferns, possibly some H. pinnatifida. The layout will have a strong stem presence in the background and the center will comprise of a strong stone and wood feature with moss, ferns, pinnatifida, and anubias. The picture is a preview of what the hardscape will most likely look like set in a 90p (the blue border). Ignore the smaller stones...no critiquing their "unnatural" layout The branches are amazing and I went through a giant number of possibilities with a bunch more pieces that didn't make this final cut. Thanks, to plantbrain aka Tom Barr for the wood. fan-figgin'-tastic pieces. What moss would you like to see on here? Taiwan moss, willow moss (Fontinalis antipyretica), Christmas moss, fissidens fontanus? A combination? I have a bunch of fissidens so that would be easiest. Thoughts suggestions, please!?